Folding Letters

These DIY folding letters are great as decoration in kids’ rooms. You can create names or other fun words. And by using colored paper you can brighten up any room!

Ingredients:

  1. A4 Printer Papers
  2. Pencil
  3. Ruler
  4. Scalpel
  5. Staple

STEP 1

To get really sharp and good looking creases, you should scratch easily with a scalpel, on the back where the crease should be, along with a ruler.


STEP 2

Download the images below on your desktop and print.
You can use A4 papers because the dimensions are in centimeters.
The blue lines indicate where to fold and the pink lines mark where to cut or scalpel.

DIY Details

Source

Helena Lyth

Avg. Duration

1 hour

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